“潮人” refers to “trendsetters, fashionistas,” and “恐惧症” is translated as “phobia.” Coined by Chinese netizens, this term refers to the uncomfortable feelings people have when they come to occasions and venues populated by young, well-groomed people. Not very fashionable themselves, they feel awkward and even a bit inferior in those environments, such as a boutique, a manicure salon or a runway show.
Wǒjiā lóuxià xīnkāi le yījiā měijiǎdiàn，xiǎngbuxiǎng yīqǐ shìshì？
There is a new manicure salon downstairs where I live. Do you want to come along and try it?
Háishì suànle ba，wǒ yǒu cháorén kǒngjùzhèng。
I’ll pass. I feel awkward in those places because I’m not fashionable.